At first glance, it mostly looks like business as usual for product launches at Volkswagen Group through the end of the decade.
But look a little deeper into the crystal ball: It's the years after 2020 that will show the impact of the diesel emissions scandal, in terms of its sky-high costs and shifting priorities at the German giant.
VW, a longtime diesel specialist, now is spending mightily to refashion itself as a leader in electric vehicles, with plans for as many as three new EV platforms spawning 30 new models by 2025, executives have said.
Meanwhile, it's reviewing its broad portfolio of more than 300 models for fat to trim, with CEO Matthias Mueller pledging last year to cancel or postpone "anything that is not absolutely necessary."
That review could determine the fate of the U.S.-market Passat sedan. It was slated for a redesign in 2018, when it would move onto VW's modular platform for vehicles with transverse-mounted engines, known as MQB.